| Kheira Bouziane|| Politician|
| Safia Otokore, Chaynesse Khirouni, Remi Delatte, Seybah Dagoma, Francois Sauvadet|
Kheira Bouziane (23 August 1953 in Oran) is a French politician, elected in 2012 as a deputy for the Socialist Party.
In 2008 she became alderman for solidarity and family in Quetigny, a town in Côte-d'Or. She was chosen as the Socialist Party candidate for the French legislative election, 2012 in the Côte-d'Or's 3rd constituency, already held by a female Socialist MP since 2002. It was a constituency reserved for a woman candidate, and all three candidates at the internal Socialist primaries had non European roots, Kheira Bouziane and Fadila Khattabi from Algeria and Safia Otokoré from Somalia. She was finally selected. She had been a leading local member of the support committee for Martine Aubry for the French presidential primaries to select the Socialist Party candidate in 2011. She finished first in the first round, with 37.98%, and won the second round with 53.05%.
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